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SilverStripe is a Web application framework and content management system. It differs from many of the better known CMSes in that it uses fully object orientated code, has native Ajax support, and allows you to very cleanly customize the system to suit your needs.

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Recent releases

  •  13 May 2010 10:07

    Release Notes: Faster performance, lower memory use, and better stability were implemented throughout the platform. Website addresses now suit larger Web sites and offer superior SEO thanks to hierarchical URLs. Microsoft SQL Server and PostgreSQL are supported in addition to the previously supported MySQL database. User experience was improved for both the installer and SilverStripe CMS. The default theme is now written in HTML5 markup.

    •  30 Jun 2009 05:22

      Release Notes: This release focuses mainly on the return of multilingual content, which was disabled in the last two versions. It also contains bugfixes.

      •  04 Nov 2008 15:03

        Release Notes: A potential security issue was resolved. Minor bugs were fixed. All installations of SilverStripe should update to this version.

        •  31 May 2008 08:51

          Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed.

          •  21 Dec 2007 10:06

            Release Notes: A number of translations were added. Important bugs found in 2.2.0 were fixed.


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